The authors of this monograph propose what they call the integrative model of AIDS bereavement. The model takes into account historical and cultural factors affecting mourning for people who die of AIDS and the range of psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral approaches that may be used to help mourners. It identifies four levels of AIDS bereavement distress—uncomplicated grief, uncomplicated grief with risk factors, complicated grief without clinical disorder, and complicated grief with clinical disorder—and defines a series of interventions. The authors are director and codirector of the Stanford AIDS Caregiving and Bereavement Study. The monograph is the third from the AIDS health project of the University of California, San Francisco; the fourth one, published this summer, is HIV Treatment: Mental Health Aspects of Antiviral Therapy, also $12.95. The monographs and related material are available from the UCSF AIDS Health Project, Box 0884, San Francisco, California 94143-0884; fax, 415-476-7996.